Rose Electronics launch QuadraView

Rose Electronics, the inventor of, and technological leader in Keyboard-Video-Mouse management technology, has announced a quad display switch that allows any four of many connected KVM switches or computers to be viewed on the same screen simultaneously.

We are pleased to announce the availability of QuadraView professional, said Paul Naish, European Director of Rose Electronics QuadraView allows Users some dynamic new functionality four distinct screen sectors display separate VGA or DVI images from any sources and a User can work on any one just by rolling the mouse across from one to the other. Rose has been careful to include support for as many types of device as possible, so QuadraView could be used for instance to control four completely separate and different KVM switches at once.

QuadraView provides three viewing modes; Quad Screen where the displays are of similar sizes and any can be controlled, picture-in-picture (PiP) where the prime (controlled) source is the prevalent image and the others are in smaller windows, and Full Screen where only the selected computer is viewed, and other sources are hidden. Apart from computers or KVM switches, other DVI video sources such as security cameras or DVD players can be displayed, switched and managed in any quadrant.

Typical usage will include data centre and server room control where each quadrant could display a bank of switches, broadcast centres or simply where a quad video set-up needs to be displayed on one large composite screen. Compatibility with Rose CrystalView extenders allows users to view and control computers generated locally and/or remotely up to six miles away.

QuadraView professional is built to the same high specification as our other products currently used by NASA, US military and US Federal and state Governments. One of the reasons we find ourselves handling such critical tasks is that we have the lowest independently tested failure rate of any vendor on the market,  Naish added.

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